#MicroblogMondays 55: Holy Days
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Today is Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year, so I likely won’t be online. I wrote this ahead of time so everyone else could meet up because I love this weekly gathering so much. But I also think that it’s important that I go offline and mark the day.
I don’t know why going offline feels like the right thing to do. I mean, you’re supposed to gather with others as you reflect on your past year and mentally plan your new year. I gather with people offline, but I also gather with people over the phone and online. I’m not sure why gathering in one way feels right and another way feels wrong.
Do you feel like there are times when you are supposed to be offline; where going online somehow feels wrong?
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